Crime Prevention & Public Safety
Citizen involvement is one of the best deterrents to crime in a community. Report crimes that occur in your community to the dispatch center for your area or to your local law enforcement agency. If you don't know who your law enforcement agency is, use the Riverside Sheriff's Stations lookup tool.
Citizens may also submit an anonymous tip using the Sheriff's CrimeTips online form.
You can find crime and registered sex offender data for areas patrolled by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department and for other law enforcement agencies in Riverside County at the CrimeReports website (see above). The website displays a map with flags for a variety of crimes and allows you to select which crimes to display for any 30-day date range within the prior six months.
Type the address or city and state you wish to see then press the search button next to the address box. If you don't see any crime flags on the map, try zooming in or out. Use the "Advanced Search" in the gray bar to select the date range within the past six months, and to select any of the crime types to be displayed. You can also print a list of the crimes by clicking the "Show Details" button.
Due to report processing times, recent specific crime incidents may take 5-10 days to appear on the CrimeReports website.
Check the box for sex offender crime types then click the "Show Crimes" button and the map will display registered sex offenders in the map window.
Drug & Alcohol Abuse
- Avoid the 30
Thirty Riverside County law enforcement agencies have joined together to reduce the number of people driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- DEC - Drug Endangered Children
A multi-agency approach to assist and protect drug-endangered children whose lives are jeopardized by their family's illegal manufacturing, sales, possession and use of drugs in the home.
- Internet Crime Complaint Center
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).
- USAonwatch.org - National Neighborhood Watch (National Sheriff's Association)
Find or start a Neighborhood Watch program in your area. The USAonwatch Program lets you search by zip code for programs in your area, or can help you to start a watch program. If you already have a watch program you can register your group and receive important information on how to run a successful group.
Contact your local Sheriff's Station Volunteer Coordinator to find programs in your area.
Court Resources - Restraining Orders and Other Civil Law Matters